Zirconium dioxide, also referred to as zirconia, is the main component of ZrO2 coatings. Zirconia is a ceramic substance with great hardness, wear resistance, and chemical stability, which makes it an excellent coating material for a range of applications.
Aerospace, automotive, and medical device industries all often use ZrO2 coatings. Zirconia coatings are used in aerospace to guard against corrosion and high temperatures on turbine blades and other engine parts.
They are employed in automobiles to enhance wear resistance and lessen friction in engine components. Zirconia coatings are used to medical equipment to increase biocompatibility and lessen wear in dental implants and joint replacements.
ZrO2 coatings can be applied using a number of methods, such as thermal spray, chemical vapor deposition, and physical vapor deposition (PVD). The procedure chosen will depend on the particular application and the coating’s desired qualities.
Global ZrO2 coating market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The unbalanced DC magnetron sputtering method, which was created by researchers from the University of Science and Technology Beijing and the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, was used to deposit ZrN-ZrOxNy and ZrO2-ZrOxNy coatings.
An ultrathin ZrO2 coating layer that was created by scientists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences to control Zn deposition and improve the cyclability of symmetric batteries and Zn-MnO2 complete batteries.
A colorful bilayer ZrO2-PVDF PDRC coating that was created by researchers at the South China University of Technology that exhibits sub-ambient cooling performance, self-cleaning, and good weather resistance properties.
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